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5th December 2015 - 30th January 2016

Exhibition Images

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Hans K Clausen

Hans K Clausen lives in Edinburgh where he has a studio at the Bill Scott Sculpture Centre in Newhaven. Following a career in social work and counselling Hans completed a Foundation Diploma at Leith School of Art followed by a BA (Hons) in Sculpture at Edinburgh College of Art, gradu ... Read More

Jim Dalziel

The colourful world of artist Jim Dalziel is by turns quirky, surreal and sometimes a little poignant. His first solo exhibition at Doubtfire Gallery in 2013 offered a delightful glimpse into that world.

After studying at the Edinburgh College of Art between 1974 and 1978, Ji ... Read More

Jeanie Laub

An artist living in Edinburgh, Jeanie Laub’s work focuses on themes from childhood, toys and times past. She uses vintage toys as inspiration. Bric-a-brac and broken or discarded items regarded as junk by some, can provoke strong memories in others.

Her often soft, delicate oi ... Read More

Iain McIntosh

Using traditional and digital techniques, creating logos and line illustrations for all sorts of uses, Iain McIntosh’s work has appeared in award-winning packaging, advertising, design, direct marketing and digital publishing.

His publishing work encompasses illustrations, bo ... Read More

Shirley McLauchlan

Glasgow School of Art, BA hons, Textiles. St Martins, London, MA Fashion/Textiles.

Part time lecturer at Edinburgh College of Art, Textile dep since 1999.

Lecturer in ESALA at ECA since 2014.

Partner of Kim Clark Design Studio (Battersea London over 12 years comm ... Read More

Alan James McLeod

Alan was born in Falkirk, Stirlingshire, before moving to Edinburgh. He graduated from Edinburgh College of Art in 1990 with a BA (Hons) in Applied Design, winning a design award for furnishing textiles from the RSA. His early career was chiefly in textile design, working with produc ... Read More